The wond cocoa market distinguishes between two broad calegories of cocoa beans. "fine or favour" cocoa beans, and "bulk" or "ordinany" cooa beans. As a generalisation, fine or flavour, coooa beans are produced from Criollo or Trinitario cocoa-ravieties while bulk cooa beans come fom Focastero trees.There are, however known exceptions to this generalisation. Nacionalp trees in Ecuador, considered to be Focastero-type trees, prodce fine or favour cocoa. On the other and, Cameroon cocoa beans, produced by Trinitario-ypetrees and whose coapowder has a distinct and sought-after red colour, are classified as bulk cocoa beans. The share of fne or fiavour cocoa in the tal wod proucion of coa beans is utunder 5% per annum. Virtully all major activity over the past five decades has involved bulk cocoa with cocoa China-Skyswan.
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